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Fresh update on "seoul" discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

00:29 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "seoul" discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"You've got a great psychology, but you're carrying the pain and sadness disappointment and trauma of the past. So I worked on my hearts up, but that's only the second interior empire. The third interior empire, your health set. Don't die. If you want to change the world, like dead people don't change the world. So health set biohacking. There's a whole chapter on recovery in the essential Ness of sleep. So really getting your health set right, but there's a fourth interior empire that I worked on that allowed me to go out in the world and pursue my magic. And it's a little dangerous for me to share because I know how many business people follow you and how many entrepreneurs, but I'm going to share it because it's my truth. So it's not just mindset and it's not just hurt set and it's not just help that set its soul set. And Seoul said it has nothing to do with religion, soul said is about working on your character. So you react access your nobility and your bravery and your authenticity and your decency. And you find a cause that's larger than your life. So when you go out in the world every single morning, people might ridicule you because every genius is ridiculed before they're revered. People might throw stones at you, but you use them to build monuments of mastery. People might not understand you, because any disruptor is going to be misunderstood. And even if you're an army of one, a Galileo or a Steve Jobs or a Phil knight, you continue at all costs. So those four interior empires that I go into detail in in the book give you a fiery inner core if warrior ship and leadership that allow you to go out in the world and do amazing things, but it all starts with who you are because you'll never rise any higher than what's going on within you. We really have to talk about the soul set and the heart set. I think those are going to be the ones that are least familiar to people. So in the soul set, let's just dive into the most maybe controversial one, but I actually think people are going to resonate with this. The thing that you talked about in the book that really hit me is this notion of being braver of finding ways to get braver. And I don't know, it was one of those where you're kind of like trying to guess what the person is going to say and I was so struck by that one. How do we practice getting braver? What does it mean to be braver and then how does that end up being useful for us? What terrifies you most go directly there? Because discomfort is simply growth in Wolfe's clothing. In the last chapter, I don't want to give too much away, but it's an experience I live. It's Nelson Mandela's prison cell. Have you been to robben island? I haven't, but I am beyond obsessed with Nelson Mandela. So I know the story very well. You know, I'd encourage you to go because standing in that cell, feeling the sensations will transform you at a soul level, as well as hard set levels. So how do we become more brave? Well, I went over to Nelson Mandela's prison cell and I stood there and I was shocked. He didn't even have a bad news in there for 18 years. Then I went over to the limestone quarry. And I saw where Nelson Mandela spent ten years chipping away at stone to break his spirit because they threw the stones away. And then I saw the showers where this elderly statesman would shower while the young guards would laugh at. And then in the book, I talked about a true fact where he was asked on robben island to dig a grave and he got in the grave. Thinking he was going to die in the prison guards urinated on. And my point is simply this when Nelson Mandela was released from prison after 27 years of total incarceration. He invited the prosecutor who was seeking the death penalty to dinner. And he invited the prison guard who kept him in prison for 18 years on robben island to his inauguration as president of South Africa. And he was asked, why would you do that? And he said, because if I didn't, I'd still be in prison. And my point is to lead and to become a great hero. Or in everyday hero, the doorway is through embracing our suffering and doing difficult things. I think pleasure has been promoted too much in our society. No great Titan of industry, no legendary cellist, no great athlete, you know, the great ones all understand that suffering is the price of greatness. So how do we become braver? You do the difficult things that you don't feel like doing, but you know have the payoff. You know, the heart said it's really interesting in what I liked about it was the way that you talk about, you know, we all have this accumulation of trauma, oftentimes when we're younger, how do you help people process through that? Like how you've worked with some really high performers. How have you helped them tap into that? And then more importantly, how do you help them process through that? It's about reframing the event, what does that look like? Journaling is profound. Do you journal? I have journal to say that I do journal would be a lie. You're going to love journaling. I do it almost every day. I had a show this morning. And then I had to set my intentions for you and all your global followers or viewers. And so I went back to my hotel room. I took a cold shower, you know, I've been fasting a lot. So we can get into fasting because I fasted as I wrote the 5 a.m. club and that helped massively. And then I pulled out my journal and I sat on my terrace. And I literally started writing about my intentions for impact theory. And so how do you how do you move through pain, you journal? If you're going through a heartbreak, I mean, we've all experienced heartbreak. What we do is often we repress it because we're not given the tools to process through it. You lose a business, people repress it. Someone has a divorce or an illness, oh, mindset, reframe it, psychology. You're swallowing.

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Fresh update on "seoul" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:21 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "seoul" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"Off kind of tone here in trading across equity markets in the apac region. I want to focus first on what's happening in the semiconductor space, Bank of America today taking a more cautious view on the chip makers given the industry's growth prospects. B of a downgraded several names and I'm looking at the situation right now in Seoul where SK Hynix is off one and a half percent shares in Samsung down 1% and these declines helping to send the cost pay off just a half of 1%. We had some eco data for Japan, a short while ago, factory orders shrinking in the month of May by the most in two years industrial production down 7.2% from the prior month, obviously a lot of this is going to correlate to the pandemic lockdowns in China, disruptions of supply chains on that front, but overall weaker economic activity across the apac region. Allowing for that contraction in Japanese industrial output for the month of May. In Sydney, ASX 200 right now weaker by just about three tenths of 1%. In this case, the decline is being led by energy stocks and financial shares also showing some softness. We have WTI crude oil now down about three tenths of 1% trading around one O 9 45 was a turbulent day

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Fresh update on "seoul" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:30 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "seoul" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"And in Singapore, I'm Rashad Salah. And I'm doctor Krishna at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York, we'll have trading underway at the top of the hour in Tokyo Sydney and Seoul, kind of a mixed finish for U.S. equities, the Dow managed to pick up a game, but the S&P and the NASDAQ comp each showing a little bit of weakness. We've got lower yields and a much stronger dollar Brian Curtis will be buying a moment or two to give us the latest on a market action right now. Few of the sours top business stories. Rish? Yeah, we've got three key central bankers warning of tough times the headers. They work to fight inflation. Speaking on a panel with ECB president Christine Lagarde and Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey, Powell saying that the U.S. economy is well positioned to handle monetary tightening. He vowed to ensure rapid price increases don't become entrenched, but did admit that the fed's 2% inflation go will be a challenging one. Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey also saying that raising rates isn't the only thing on the table. If we see greater persistence of inflation, our second round effects, then we will act more forcefully. It leaves options on the table. And that's very deliberate. Very deliberate. People I want people to take a message away from that. It's quite clear that as we respond to this shock, we want to have those options on the table. All the palaces are questions on whether they're economies were returned to the environment environment of a persistently low inflation, increasing the God saying, she didn't think we returned to that environment, saying that Russia's invasion of Ukraine is a changing the picture and the landscape of how indeed central bankers operate. Which takes us to the OPEC meeting. It wraps tomorrow and the market is essentially expecting ratification of the supply increase for the month of August. Now, when OPEC plus last convened members agree to speed up supply increases and viewed it as a major change of attitude, Amos hochstein is the State Department senior adviser for energy security. I think that the

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 Envoy says US, allies preparing for N. Korean nuclear test

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Envoy says US, allies preparing for N. Korean nuclear test

"President Joe Biden's special envoy for North Korea says the U.S. is preparing for all contingencies in close cooperation with its South Korean and Japanese allies as it monitors a possible nuclear test by the north South Korean and U.S. intelligence officials have said they've detected North Korean efforts to prepare its northeastern testing ground for another nuclear test which would be its 7th since 2006 and the first since September 2017 when it claimed to have detonated a thermonuclear bomb to fit on its intercontinental ballistic missiles envoy sung Kim says aside from coordinating with Seoul and Tokyo over contingency planning Washington is also prepared to make

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Biden begins visits to South Korea, Japan

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Biden begins visits to South Korea, Japan

"President Biden signed an aid bill for Ukraine and put the emphasis on security and economic development as he visits South Korea After a meeting in Seoul Biden and South Korea's new president Yun suk ew said they will consider expanding joint military exercises and affirm their shared goal as the complete denuclearization of North Korea Standing up to our shared for our shared democratic values and defending a rule based international order against threats and stability After visiting a massive Samsung semiconductor plan on Friday the president laid a wreath at Seoul national cemetery then had a two hour meeting and joint press conference with yoon followed by a banquet at the national museum of Korea And as our combined forces say

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Secret Service workers for Biden Asia trip sent home

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Secret Service workers for Biden Asia trip sent home

"Two Secret Service employees who were in South Korea for President Biden's visit had been sent home after an alcohol fueled incident A person familiar with the matter says a Secret Service agent and an armed physical security specialist were involved in a confrontation with locals including a heated argument with a taxi driver Police investigated one of the employees but no charges were filed The Secret Service says it's also investigating both employees were put on a plane home before the president arrived in Seoul Sagar Meghani Washington

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President Biden Visits Seoul

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:44 sec | Last month

President Biden Visits Seoul

"I was still covering state politics at the time in Virginia. So I didn't, I wasn't down in Florida, but I watched it like everybody else, and I do think you're right. There's some eerie similarities there. Oh my goodness, I've got tattoos from then. Because every day, it was every day was a new headline, 25 different lawsuits. David Boyce squaring off against Ted Olson, Ted Cruz down there. W are running around. James baker in town. Al Gore. It was wild that I think Pennsylvania is going that way. So Michael, the president's in Seoul, Korea. I'm just curious, how did you not draw the short straw and have to go? A lot of people think everybody loves to go on these trips. I'm not sure that's true when you're over 50.

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What's New at the Weekend Box Office?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:29 min | Last month

What's New at the Weekend Box Office?

"Tell us about something that people can go see. Well, you know, again, it's a very slow weekend here. It's a very slow weekend because everybody was getting out of the way on the one hand of Doctor Strange. Two weekends ago. And coming up next weekend, of course, is Top Gun: Maverick. Top ten maverick comes out Memorial Day weekend. That's kicking off everyone is very excited for that. But I think folks were also scared of that movie. So it's another, it's another slow weekend at the box office. I went and saw this is just it's not going to be a movie you're going to want to see. I'm going to just warn you off of it right now. I don't want to get the dreaded failure to warn, but there's movie out now called men, it's a horror film. Starring Jesse Buckley as a woman who is grieving. They've lost a husband. But grieving is the wrong word. Her husband is killed himself. He was abusive and she was going to divorce him and he threatened to kill himself and then he went through with it. And the whole movie is essentially, I didn't hate it exactly, but I was vaguely exasperated about it because it is what it feels like is sitting through an argument on Twitter where people talk about in the kind of broadest Twitter terms like the problems with men. What's wrong with men? That's basically the subtitle of this movie. Men. What's wrong with them?

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Gas Prices Reach Record Highs, Again

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:51 sec | Last month

Gas Prices Reach Record Highs, Again

"A new marker yesterday gas is hit $4 a gallon in all 50 states. In California, $6 and 29 cents a gallon for regular. I'm thinking about someone stuck on the 55 and the 91 coming in from Marino valley over to the coast or someone coming down from Santa Barbara or the one O one into LA and certainly those very long commutes up into the city or Silicon Valley, $6 and 29 cents a gallon. You know, yesterday, Joe Biden invoked the defense production act for baby formula to make it easier to make baby formula. I think he should invoke the defense production act to make more gasoline. Does anyone ask him that in the press corps I'll ask Michael to share that. You know, it was a big deal. The DNP, the DPA, defense production act for baby formula. Why not the DPA for gasoline?

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President Biden Signs Ukraine Aid Bill

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:36 sec | Last month

President Biden Signs Ukraine Aid Bill

"The United States Senate passed the president has signed the $40 billion in aid to Ukraine. U.S. missiles are being considered for sale to European allies, harpoon missiles that could end the Black Sea blockade of Ukrainian wheat that the entire country needs. The Pentagon official told The New York Times that Russian troops have been forced to fight in smaller formations in the eastern area of Ukraine known as the Donbass because they're getting shattered by western artillery that's arrived just imagine if we had done this last year. It might have deterred everything, the stock market nastiness would have not happened.

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Mitch McConnell Blames FDA for Formula Shortage

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:42 sec | Last month

Mitch McConnell Blames FDA for Formula Shortage

"I want to play for you one clip for sure. Leader McConnell yesterday was on with Brett fair last night and talking about the baby formula shortage, and he said, but I've been telling you for days, but I like it when the leader tells it to Brett bear on special report, cut number 28. Almost total incompetence. They misjudge us from the beginning. It's not a matter of money, the FDA has a $6 billion budget. They could certainly take care of the so called appropriation in the house that they just passed at 28 million. Bureaucratic incompetence, the administration was behind the curve. FDA needed to step up their game and hopefully will solve this problem very quickly.

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N. Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles amid 1st virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

N. Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles amid 1st virus outbreak

"North North North North Korea Korea Korea Korea has has has has fired fired fired fired three three three three short short short short range range range range missiles missiles missiles missiles towards towards towards towards the the the the sea sea sea sea in in in in the the the the latest latest latest latest of of of of a a a a string string string string of of of of weapons weapons weapons weapons demonstrations demonstrations demonstrations demonstrations this this this this year year year year missile missile missile missile launches launches launches launches come come come come just just just just hours hours hours hours off off off off to to to to North North North North Korea Korea Korea Korea confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed its its its its past past past past case case case case of of of of cabin cabin cabin cabin nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen since since since since the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic began began began began Japan's Japan's Japan's Japan's defense defense defense defense minister minister minister minister that that that that no no no no pool pool pool pool cue cue cue cue she she she she said said said said the the the the recent recent recent recent one one one one to to to to threaten threaten threaten threaten the the the the stability stability stability stability of of of of the the the the region region region region and and and and what what what what impermissible impermissible impermissible impermissible but but but but that that that that in in in in the the the the midst midst midst midst of of of of an an an an invasion invasion invasion invasion of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is is unacceptable unacceptable unacceptable unacceptable to to to to most most most most missiles missiles missiles missiles in in in in quick quick quick quick succession succession succession succession it it it it also also also also violates violates violates violates the the the the relevant relevant relevant relevant security security security security council council council council resolutions resolutions resolutions resolutions and and and and I I I I strongly strongly strongly strongly contaminants contaminants contaminants contaminants the the the launch launch launch was was was the the the first first first fight fight fight since since since South South South Korea Korea Korea and and and curated curated curated its its its new new new conservative conservative conservative leader leader leader president president president Younis Younis Younis who who who killed killed killed north north north Korea's Korea's Korea's nine nine nine to to to about about about twenty twenty twenty governments governments governments in in in Seoul Seoul Seoul and and and Washington Washington Washington in in in a a a bid bid bid to to to boost boost boost its its its bargaining bargaining bargaining chips chips chips in in in future future future negotiations negotiations negotiations I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Shamus Shamus Shamus

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Dinesh Reflects on the Teachings of Thomas Sowell

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:46 min | 3 months ago

Dinesh Reflects on the Teachings of Thomas Sowell

"I talked a day or two ago about Thomas soul and it's for me it sort of refreshing to do this in contrast with critical race theory. And of course, there's a new book out on Seoul. It's called maverick a biography of Thomas sol, it's written by The Wall Street Journal writer, a Jason Riley, and I've kind of been making my way through the book. But as I do, it also flashes my mind back to my friendship with Seoul over the years. And the way that he has been a mentor to me. Years ago, when I published my book at the end of racism, this, by the way, is my most scholarly book. If you haven't read it, it's. A giant book, several hundred pages, 2000 footnotes. And the book was a little controversial because it talked about the reason why you have group differences in academic achievement and economic performance. It attributed those differences not to race, not to biology, but the culture. Even so, Glenn Lowry, prominent black scholar who was at that time affiliated with the American enterprise institute, another guy named bob Woodson resigned from AEI, they sort of, they broke with AEI and it was a supposedly all over my horrible book, and at that time I was, you know, this was only my second book. I was a young scholar, so it was kind of a problematic for me to have these luminaries distancing themselves from AEI was causing problems for AEI, but to my defense rushed the greatest black living scholar in the country, Thomas soul, who basically said that he had read the book extremely carefully, and it was the best book on race relations written since Gunnar modals classic work in American dilemma, published several decades earlier. Over the years, I got to know soul and his wife quite well, his wife is also an economist. And I thought interesting as I would talk to them about racial discrimination and they would go, you know, dinesh when people think of race discrimination cases. They think of the sort of classic civil rights situation going back to the 50s and 60s a black guy and a white guy apply for a job, the black guy is better qualified the white guy gets the job. Hey, that's racial discrimination. And they go out of a hundred cases dinesh today, only one or two I like that. The vast majority of cases have nothing to do with that at all. They are all based upon statistical issues of underrepresentation. So a black eye applies to our job. He's actually not qualified. He doesn't get the job. But then he sues and he claims that blacks are underrepresented this corporation and because blacks are, let's say, 12% of the surrounding population in San Jose, but he wasn't hired at this Silicon Valley company. They're obviously racist. They need to implement affirmative action policies, so both soul and his wife said that is actually the normative. That's the normal case that is now fought out in

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South Korea's COVID-19 deaths strain crematories, hospitals

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

South Korea's COVID-19 deaths strain crematories, hospitals

"South Korea's cope with nineteen deaths a straining grimly trees and hospitals health officials have instructed Christmas trees to burn more bodies per day and funeral homes to add more refrigerators to store the dead amid a rising cope with nineteen deaths officials have already allowed the sixty Christmas trees across the country to burn for longer hours starting last week which raised a combined capacity from around one thousand to fourteen hundred cremations per day but that hasn't been enough to meaningfully ease the backlog of bodies waiting to be cremated in the densely populated Seoul metropolitan area which is home to half the population and the center of the day to spike I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Matt Palumbo: Why Is George Soros Speaking Against China?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 3 months ago

Matt Palumbo: Why Is George Soros Speaking Against China?

"Now lately there's been a very strategic turn by Soros Soros has been writing I know you picked up on it I've seen your writing on it We obviously worked together He's been writing and attacking China and Chinese communist policies collectivism and that kind of thing which is kind of strange because the candidates George Soros tends to back the chase a Buddhist the left wing DAs here the Joe Biden far left types all practice the same type of kind of soft collectivism the Chinese Communist Party some hard collectivism is practicing right now What do you think is what's the motivation behind that What's he up to So I guess no pun intended you follow the money So you have to wonder you know the question I was asked is like why now of all times And you look into what G is doing So he for instance crackdown and Alibaba which is sort of like China's version of Amazon.com Well what do you know a very large chunk of Alibaba is owned by George Soros There was another company that went public a few months ago called didi which is sort of like China's version of Uber and Soros owned a very large chunk of that They cracked down on the company immediately after they went public I think it's down 90 or so percent What do you know Soros is upset about that because he's invested in it So all these I think it was maybe two or so other games that I say went to where it's not in Seoul China went after companies that Soros was personally invested in that he pretended to care So unless it affects him personally he's pretty much fine with it I don't see much of the Uighurs or anything like that So

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BTS ask audience to clap, not sing, to prevent COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

BTS ask audience to clap, not sing, to prevent COVID-19

"The music group BTS usually has no problem getting a reaction from an audience but the group is telling south Korean audiences in advance to clap marches are a letter with the latest why would be T. S. one of the most popular groups in the world need to ask audiences to clap it's because they're asking audiences to just clapped not singer chance to prevent the spread of the coronavirus normally fans would scream when singer J. hope introduces himself but at their concert Thursday in Seoul it sounded like this man made sure to ask fans to please kindly cheer silently and said this week series of concerts will be unforgettable forever

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Victor Davis Hanson Wishes Obama Hadn't Dismantled Nuclear Defenses

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 4 months ago

Victor Davis Hanson Wishes Obama Hadn't Dismantled Nuclear Defenses

"I wish we didn't do You remember the hot mic and Seoul South Korean march of 2012 and I really wish Obama had and I've had that quid pro quo where we dismantle the missile defense ostensibly It was to protect Eastern Europe against Iran but right now we have a joint missile defense to hit missiles on their initial trajectory and Eastern Europe That would have been a deterrent We just gave that up for nothing I shouldn't say nothing We gave it up So for Obama's request to have flexibility in space so that he after he could get reelected then I guess he was saying that Putin could do what he wanted but not in 2012 And he was willing to dismantle what had been a pretty good project that had just started to be But I think we have enough deterrence U.S. nuclear strategic doctrine is a little different We have the ability and accuracy and multiplicity of platforms that the Russians as the Soviets knew that we could take a first strike and they could not So I think what the generals will tell them if you were to be so stupid to send a missile or a lot of them to take out American sites They have the ability to wipe us off the map And that's not counting the 250 or 300 nukes at France And the UK have So I don't think it's a serious threat but any time you even mention that you got to take it seriously

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Stock market futures rebound after S&P 500 closes in correction

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Stock market futures rebound after S&P 500 closes in correction

"Global stock markets and Wall Street futures rebound over sanctions on Russia for sending troops into Ukraine London Frankfort opened higher Shanghai Hong Kong and Seoul advanced Japanese markets were closed for a holiday oil prices edged higher on unease about possible disruption to Russian supplies yesterday the S. and P. lost one percent putting the broad market index in correction territory the nasdaq sank one point two percent and the Dow closed down one point four percent I'm

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S. Korean COVID deaths rise, hope rests on high booster rate

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

S. Korean COVID deaths rise, hope rests on high booster rate

"South Korea has documented its most covert nineteen deaths in a month as of the U. S. advises Americans to avoid traveling to the country grappling with a surge Seoul has announced sixty one deaths in the last twenty four appeared on south Korea's fifty seven thousand U. cases were another one day record well the Omicron variants so far seems less likely to cause serious illness or death the greatest scale of the outbreak is fueling concerns that hospitalizations and fatalities could spike South Korea has a high vaccination rate with nearly fifty eight percent of the population having received boosters so the fish holes hope that will prevent hospital systems from buckling I'm Charles collect as much

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Global stocks sink after Fed says US rates will rise 'soon'

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Global stocks sink after Fed says US rates will rise 'soon'

"Financial financial financial financial markets markets markets markets around around around around the the the the world world world world are are are are showing showing showing showing a a a a chilly chilly chilly chilly response response response response to to to to the the the the indication indication indication indication by by by by the the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve it it it it will will will will soon soon soon soon raise raise raise raise interest interest interest interest rates rates rates rates Asian Asian Asian Asian stock stock stock stock markets markets markets markets have have have have tumbled tumbled tumbled tumbled by by by by unusually unusually unusually unusually wide wide wide wide margins margins margins margins after after after after the the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve announcement announcement announcement announcement yesterday yesterday yesterday yesterday rates rates rates rates will will will will be be be be coming coming coming coming up up up up to to to to cool cool cool cool inflation inflation inflation inflation market market market market benchmarks benchmarks benchmarks benchmarks in in in in Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo and and and and Hong Hong Hong Hong Kong Kong Kong Kong fell fell fell fell by by by by more more more more than than than than two two two two percent percent percent percent Seoul Seoul Seoul Seoul and and and and Sydney Sydney Sydney Sydney sank sank sank sank nearly nearly nearly nearly three three three three percent percent percent percent in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. yesterday yesterday yesterday yesterday the the the the S. S. S. S. and and and and P. P. P. P. five five five five hundred hundred hundred hundred dropped dropped dropped dropped a a a a tenth tenth tenth tenth of of of of a a a a percent percent percent percent after after after after this this this this news news news news from from from from fed fed fed fed chairman chairman chairman chairman Jerome Jerome Jerome Jerome Powell Powell Powell Powell the the the the economy economy economy economy no no no no longer longer longer longer needs needs needs needs sustained sustained sustained sustained high high high high levels levels levels levels of of of of monetary monetary monetary monetary policy policy policy policy support support support support investors investors investors investors expect expect expect expect as as as as many many many many as as as as four four four four rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes this this this this year year year year and and and and the the the the end end end end of of of of monthly monthly monthly monthly bond bond bond bond purchases purchases purchases purchases I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Carlos Tejada, Deputy Asia Editor for the Times, Dies

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:32 min | 6 months ago

Carlos Tejada, Deputy Asia Editor for the Times, Dies

"The story of the day is this. Not that this happened, but how it was covered. The deputy Asia editor of The New York Times Carlos tejada. I know you know all about this. I just didn't know if you would think I would make that the top story of the day. Carlos sahade was the deputy Asia editor of The New York Times. He was stationed in Seoul Korea. And he died on Friday at a hospital in Seoul. He was 49 and completely healthy to the best of our knowledge. This is The New York Times coverage. Ready? His wife, Nora teha, said the cause was a heart attack. All right. Cause was a heart attack. This is from biz PAC review. What is the. Orientation of bish review? Centrist is such a thing as a centrist site. Okay. New York Times editor 49 dies of heart attack one day after posting that posting that he got his booster shot. Carlos to how to deputy Asia, Asia editor for The New York Times, reportedly died from a heart attack one day after receiving the Moderna booster shot. According to his social media account to how the previously received two Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine shots. In breaking the story, locked down and vaccine skeptic, Alex berenson, himself an ex times reporter, who was permanently banned from Twitter, and is now suing the platform as a result, asserted the following on his substack page. On December 16th in Seoul, South Korea, to how to receive a Moderna mRNA slash LNP booster. No clinical trials have ever been conducted to examine the safety or efficacy of mixing various types of these vaccines, and Carlos did not give informed consent as the consent form was in Korean, a language he could not read.

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

02:53 min | 8 months ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

05:52 min | 8 months ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"Career right Like he knew he can do this because he had been commercial before. Yeah he did start of course as a fully underground rapper. He blew up because of supreme team and when he went solo with his old drama with the label and everything. Hugh kind of denounced as mainstream days not directly. But he kind of did artistically. So i think that's why like innocence. He could've been significance that he is right. Now because that was the maximum amount of the call cultural period who got This might be the better example of it. I'm only never went mainstream. Dominic never had chart success. But he's like slowly building his career coming up and up in our ben up and ambition. Music means a lot in this scene. You know yeah for sure. This is great. This is great to see. Like i wish kundi could have been like that too Not shitting on his decision. And all i everyone has to try to feed themselves and their family for sure but he did go out on me the money donnelly turn it so it's like. Aw maybe this is where i should have been looking at. Of course musically. I was always in tune with him but I never considered like when this album came out. And i liked it so much and then i thought back is career. Maybe this is the guy we were looking for. All this time in this album is it. I think it's he's proving himself to be atop. Mci at such a young age prodigy and so like whizzy exactly and the features like davita features and stuff like that and the cookies closing stuff. It's catchy so it's like he knows how to make create hooks too so it was like he has so much potential. Like if he makes it to the top of the charts with this selmer ten per chance. Because it's already done But if he manages to like top this and make something that is so fucking amazing and chart success wise as well it would be so much for the culture would mean that. The pie include like expansion. That show me the money. Brought to the hip hop scene really meant something. This kind of grass roots kind of ascension is now possible true. So i'm looking for that great. Great rapper support it. Listen to it when the physical comes out by shit to paint. Yeah i to cosign that. I'm highly recommend as a person who is not like the biggest fan but this album definitely grew on me and i co signed that with Daytona definitely highly recommended and so super excited for you know his career moving forward as part of ambition music and so as we begin to slowly wrap up our show as usual any artists or tracks that you're currently listening to and would like to share or recommend to our listeners. I'm go simple and we kind of mentioned this so many times because a show me the money i'm gonna go. John says and the song is called n three eight zero seven at features stella john and it's off of john lewis the pink album and i just love this album man. It's just so yeah. The whole vibe is so comfortable very easy listening to an especially this track. It hats Partly produced by.

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

04:56 min | 8 months ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"I was kind of sad. And because it was such a short-track it's only two minutes. what is your local onslaught anyway. Exactly if no shit bars motherfucker kind of thing. So as long as i get like the strong lyricism. I don't care about the lane as long as like you said as long as slaves the beats and it delivers the dingo. Freestyle was great too. Yeah like dude. Dude is great life by the way. That is not in the nominally at all. I think i saw him once. I mean i watched so many youtube shit when it comes to korean. Bob lives so. I'm not sure whether i was there watching youtube. Not sometimes i don't remember especially before covert i used to go to a lot of shows really gets fucked up in my head but dominique has never disappointed me live anyway. Yeah dude is great. Life like there's almost no studio engineering involved in his vocal. I'm know that because he he does that shit ever leslie and the live environment anyway Another thing this is more testament on don melik rather than it is Is that what was great. So listen to copy. Whatever i have a physical comes out copied. Just this is kind of getting a lot of flack these days for four-lane saying the leg shitting vmc for changing lanes and then he kind of switching as even in the worst way lake the this is a classic like the hero became the villain kind of situation. Yeah but if dominantly makes a huge ambition music he might be the one that's actually kind of realizing justices vision. You never went. Show me the money for all. I know true right. Yeah and he gets a tons of tons of respect from the hypocrisy right now He went through all that sexual assault. Bullshit so here. Yeah he beat that too on. Just isn't this kind of the river. We were all looking for. Yeah no yeah. I if he goes because commercially successful as well in means that korean hypothesis comes so far you know. Yeah because i'm not shitting on any other sub-genre here but when it comes to chart-topping singles From the hip hop sphere indicate poss- fear. You know it was tailor. Made for the charts. Yeah the aside from the quality of it like you know. It was engineer so that he could do well on charts now. This is a hopeful wishful thinking but if donald east of actually manages to break the charts because ram music marketing.

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

03:22 min | 8 months ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"I think and a lot of people like the one thing that's polarizing about. The quiet is the mixing. Not because he's a bad mixer or engineer but it's He he tries to make it as clean as possible. Yeah not into that dirty shit. And i like it personally macos. Niamey nauseous on his abilities. Is more about the preference of styles. Your i like it a lot. Because it works better in the korean market. And there's our stare certain elements to clean mixing that has an advantage over dirty stuff. Is that when it comes to the overall vibe. I think the dirty. What kind of mixing might be better for hip hop especially if the beat is very minimalistic but if the mixing is clean you hear very subtle details like you get to pick up on a lot of details that are going on like you hear a snare that wasn't used to be there or you hear a different baseline stuff like that and that kind of makes repeated listens kind of rewarding. Yeah for sure. Yeah like you. You see a lot of this stuff in like alternative rock albums or pop albums. I'm not sure if like why. Not hip hop to true. Yeah and that kind of subtlety really worse here because the beats here are very minimalistic. This is more like very sample based and loop based but that kind of clean mixing gives it another kind of focus. And i think shama leak works better on lighter drums and heavier ones because his tone is kind of a little bit grading. You know it's a little bit gravelly and it if it's like if dirty shit i'm not saying he does bad on dirty ship because he does it fine. But if i have. If i have to talk about a preference here like the clean beat kind of makes us tomer accentuated and more unique so and the way really rhyming here. Like off dude oleg. He hits the sweet spot of like sounding talking and wrapping at the same time so it doesn't sound stupid or corny but while doing all that he really knows how to like chop up his tempos. Like sometimes it's very choppy and sometimes so smooth and he does it like switches it all the fucking time. So it's like you can't anticipate what is going to do. The next bar sometimes like his rise pleased in a half bar so that it becomes very choppy or he has like a four syllable rhyme for the whole bar and then just makes a chunky that way. So it's like choppy chunky and smooth all the time tie on the on the same album switching. These kinds of styles is nothing to do was born to wrap. Yeah no you definitely hear it. Yeah and there's another track actually on that album called via pro and that's another one that produced by they'll quiet and it was so it was also assisted with a prima vista. Who and so it. That one had like a boom bap slash trap hybrid sound. It had a little bit of both in it. So i thought that was really creative on the quiet prima vista and i..

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

02:42 min | 8 months ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"And that's that's just classic that's a classic period and He's a very big fan of pete. Rock he even had a. He bought a b. From pete rock and put it on. It wasn't oh song called. It was off of his one life to live a joint on pete. Rock forgot my memory. So bad these days sorry to the listeners by i'm on example right now bright design. I know what it is. I literally like in a tank of energy drinks. So it's called who else yeah. Yeah yeah wells. Nagar korean title for it fuck but the english translation is who else so. Yeah i need to say this. Sorry i need to see this. I am searching right now. I have it in my phone anyway. This this album was just pure gold. like yeah who else it was basically about saying who else will do the shit that i do. But yeah and him. Being a disciple of pete rock really kind of bleeds into his music. A lot of the times He could actually produced a couple joints off of owens poem three record to and then wasn't the new zelda type thing It was really classic. Pete rock shit and the song itself is also named name soul survivor. And i think that wasn't. Oh mushed. Pete rock as well Pr has an album called sole survivor. if i'm Yeah so. I think the whole thing like the quiet i think probably had in his files. I'm not sure how it went. Of course but i can see him having this beat already because he's such a big p. Rock fan anyway. He just named his soul survivor kind of a work. Play like that's also is a mfn. Were play by the way and like Maybe dominantly went through a lot of quiet. Beats and he was like oh. This is great. Was the title of this whole survivor with works and front cares. Yeah also like the quite executive produced this exact time. The quiet executive produces something. I'm i'm in for it. Because the quite has very especially constant mixing and engineering. The quite has a very weird approach. Usually when it comes to these kind of albums and try balances. Well you need some dirty kind of mixing to make it sound state from like.

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

05:23 min | 8 months ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"One is jazz. Yeah and the other is super electronic cyberpunk shed because of all the neon signs and stuff this lease into the jazz kind of aspect of it. What i liked about this when it comes to sound is dead. Dominique is known for his boom bap style. Exactly yeah and when. I said that he's going to ambition. I was a little bit worried. And i'm not worried. I was a little puzzled Yeah that's what ourselves can i was. I was showers very confused. Because for example. The quiet is a great bloomberg rapper. And he's a great bloomberg producer. His this era of creativeness of the quiet has mostly entre music. Yeah all right so it's like Why why would the mission music due for dominique like none of the other rappers and exactly play up with stuff and stuff like that so it had me being a little bit worried because donald going ema would have been such a tragedy for me and i don't think he would be greatly skilled in making email rap per se but turns out those in exactly the case i. A lot of the album is consisted of trap drums. Yes definitely but the samples that are being used are definitely from jazz. Like like soul influence stuff so in a sense from if you're comparing to his original our like his first studio album which is the cactus flower. The only thing that kind of changes the drums and having that similar sort of sample palate. Or i don't know maybe it's a splice. I know i'm just seeing it for the sake of it. It still brings. The says that he hasn't changed that much. You and the topic calls all his lyrical prowess and technicalities as a rapper is still on full blast here lake every song has its own topic like it's literally talking about the title and that kind of his music a little bit more accessible. It's not super like haiti and fight over your head. Kind of complex Individual lines may be but you get a general idea of what the song is about without that much like depth into it. This isn't like a community triple x. Record so in a sense. It kind of makes i know it sounds stupid but in a sense it makes sense because dominique is looking for. I think what dominique is looking for is not to try to change his music dad much but look for more accessible platform for sure and this this album to me. I like the cactus flower more. Of course because oh i don't give out attends data easily on. This is like a classic record. But.

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

05:16 min | 8 months ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"And they don't break up the sentences. That's what makes them a great. Rapper is always kind of a natural progression of what this style has was always intended us to be you know And dominique is disciple of that. And it really fucking shows like us. Ya what i really like about. Dominic is that every song has razor razor-sharp topical approach he. She's not derivative. He's not just wrapping for the sake of it. He has topic on us all and he really writes like focuses on that topic and finishes a well-constructed sauce from start to finish. And that's what. I was going to mention it because this in this album. It's like you mentioned. He has a A set topic that he wants to talk. And if you look at the titles of the song. It's almost feels like he's giving a story of his life in our. I mean it's yeah like there's tracks called gabon chain or sore loa or not ambition. Be a pro. You know it's always survivor. Yeah it's always been a great element is music. Because i'm going to delve really deep into this melita you've cactus. Flower was very introspective and biographical and each song had a metaphor for example. There was a track called bomb on it is about and the bomb is a whole metaphor for the first time. He had a creative burst in his adolescence. Fucking poetic like. There's a song called sunrays which is about domestic violence that he had to suffer from his father So you have these words. The title like the title is the theme word and he expands that concept that makes it into a very concise kind of almost essay. Each song is and you put those together and it becomes a very good book kind of thing right now. Melita cactus flower was fresh like his first comeback since the whole sexual assault to buckle. There's actually a song about it on their on how he tried to suicide because of that..

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

05:22 min | 8 months ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"Get behind us. Being wrongly accused is done by leaks. So you can search up the whole drama. But i'll just say that there has like at the end of the day the very fact remy's he didn't do anything period so from here now people who have been missing out on dominique because either you like them. Lee liked him as an artist but was disappointed in them. Or you're just flat out didn't even try to bother listening to music because of this. Please support him and please listen to music. Because he's at he's one of the most well renowned represent the scene right now and puts out. Great work wrongly accused. You have to be recognized. They have to recognize that they have in wrongly accused and the people who tried to sue him later contacted him again saying that they want to get on good terms with him again. Like the whole thing is such fucking bullshit. Dominique had all the receives any posted on instagram. When this was at the height of everything all the message boards all the message. Shit that went on the disc all of it so this is improvement so let it go. It didn't happen okay. Now back to the music with that out of the way. This was great honestly album. His last album is called a cat. That's our mallika carriage lower. Yeah and that was a that was out of. The mini albums are viewed. That is out. That is when it comes to. Korean hip hop. That's the only contemporary korean hip hop album. That gave a ten out of ten. If i'm memories direct it's deserving ten out of ten. I thought i thought it was a great album as well. The great thing about that album is that when it comes to production. It's pretty much classic hip hop. It's not something that boundary pushing. But i gave a ten out of ten because of demolish prowess as a rapper. When it comes to emceeing what. I look forward to the most like a nut forward and what i think is the most important in the art of rhyming into an art of emceeing is that you should be a natural..

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

03:43 min | 8 months ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"Yeah but keep rhyming none the less so yeah. Exactly definitely yeah. I make great album so our second album is dawn malik. This is his while his second studio but his first album under his new book called ambition music and this caught me off guard pretty surprisingly I i had no idea that don malik was signed to ambition nor would i have thought that he would sign to ambition against so. Yeah this album. I thought was Pretty good Despite the fact that. I'm not like the biggest on malaya A before we actually delve into the review We have to kind of clear the arab it oil police do we yes Apparently never knew this. The i think. Because korean pub is not that big as of right now in international circles kind of events kind of tend to go under the radar and a lot of people still think that dominique is a sexual offender. Yeah i heard this from up in therapy and i was just flabbergasted because the very fact that does he was wrongly accused was actually one of the biggest things and hip hop last year big dramas actually and dominique was me to in two thousand nine thousand nine hundred thousand twenty. If my memory serving me correct. He was charged for sexual assault. The thing is he was not charged charged. But you know what i mean. He was accused and he didn't even go to court. Not because of some judicial injustice the prosecutors who received the case threw it out the reason why the reason being so you need how the judicial system works is that you need to present evidence of course but when it comes to accusing you don't necessarily need evidence like even the most dom basic chicken accuse someone you're the matter goes to court is up to the prosecutor. The prosecutor throughout the accusers claims because there was no evidence not not a faulty evidence. Not some sort of like. I don't know espionage or whatever there was no evidence at all you have to have an evidence to present if you're going to have some sort of trial right right so this isn't even a case where demolished went to trial and was proven innocent. This was a case where there was no case in the first place. See what i mean. Yeah so it. It was just pretty much. He was accused. That's it yes. Cupet speak because it was during the height of metoo season. Okay in korea and not to take the wrong me was very important movement. Of course it was something that should have happened. It should have been the longtime ago. The very fact that happened. This late is a tragedy. It should definitely happened. And especially if you have listened to this podcast you you know where my political inclinations are kind of our but if there's one case that i'm fully one hundred percent guaranteeing to.

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

05:03 min | 8 months ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"I'd say it's a pretty divisive album. It's not now it's not devicive. Divisive would be like some people really like it and some people really fucking hated. I don't think no fucking hates. This is more like any like everyone is saying like usually when it comes to polarizing albums like you have one side of the people. That's ailing This is a nine out of ten or a ten out of ten while the other side is going like this is a four shut up but the consensus seems to be like this is a decent seven album on all sides. Like kind of just like okay. This is like a solid album. He's back kind of thing. Okay yeah was there a particular track that you enjoyed it. Definitely the first. Like how dow was when i know he's doing something different from his recent stuff was great. The whole concept about a being so focused in the present and not looking back consequence winston. The kind of gets rid of the concept of tomorrow was kind of interesting almost philosophical sense And jimbo was great. That just music connection coming through right there man. That feature was great. Yeah and could he will die. Liked it because you it was. The melody line was subtle. Like i never like it when kitty were really tries to go out of his vocal range. He doesn't sound like he's i'm sorry but he's not a great singer just like kick cut. He's not a great singer. Okay now but when it comes to bad singers there are singers that are bad singers period but have a great voice. Yeah true and the one thing that though singer should do is to know their range if you try to overextend or if you're too afraid to kind of to become to my if you're too afraid and become too subtle it becomes. We're you need to hit that sweet spot right there and this is this is proven through like music history. I if we're striving out of genres era. Lou reed are arrested in peace for example He was.

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

05:42 min | 8 months ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"And not in a very in cell kind of way like it was actually kind of vulnerable in a good way in a way. That sort of introspective and trying to come to terms with some sort of exists dential crisis and among all that kind of trying to like figure out romances all the time like it was a very pop century kind of character but with very hip hop ish characteristics That kind of disappeared for a bit because he was trying to make it wasn't the content that changed but it just became way simpler and more sing song. Yeah and that is not exactly a problem but because it is sing song. The problem is because if you're trying to construct sing cya kind of tracks you have to cut down on the amount of lyrics you have for sure for example. If you're writing a rap drive with a decent chorus and stuff like that you can have still like sixteen bars twice so that was mean like thirty two bars every like saw. If you're trying to focus more on melody you'll have to reduce those lies significantly. Which means there is less room for description. That's room for Unless room to show your pen game in a sense you know And that's what. I missed a lot about gary boy like the dude. Do kind of like kit cutty in a mixture of drake in the sense of when it comes to content but his more musically inclined to i guess a kid cutty but the stuffy talks about is especially like around the lake. Thank me later. so far. Gone era drake. Which means oh yeah. Yeah because he wasn't he isn't drunk office success obnoxious drake. We have now and it was more about that kind of lovers man kind of thing and it's such. It was such a shame because q boys while his be making a million making has definitely great. That was not his strong sweet. Like i don't know how it seems we're foreign fans especially for foreign fans don't understand korean but as a person who has always treasured carry boys lyrics like you can do better than this. It was always like shore go and this innocence. I wouldn't say it's perfect. A.

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

05:24 min | 8 months ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"So you know. Gary boy finally came out with his ninth. Studio album called avantis and he recently Dropped a previous album. This year called nine cut. Yeah and and i would say this one is pretty much reminiscent of nine cut. But it's has more of the hip hop undertones that we were hoping and we are expecting for and It's a total of ten tracks. I think in my opinion. I think it's a I would say much improved album from nine cut because it brings back the core elements of what gary boy is known. And that's hip hop and so definitely. I loved a lot of the tracks..

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

03:29 min | 11 months ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"What's up guys will come back to another episode of salt therapy. The podcast my name is daniel daytona. Today we are continuing with a part three of pre. Show me the money season ten and we will be talking about the producers while we wait on the last team and we will also talk about our top to confirm contestants through three categories that we created and breakdown why we place these artists in these categories as usual. If you enjoy today's episode. Please subscribe to our podcast on all streaming platforms and don't forget to give us five star rating also for more contents. Please go and follow socials at seoul underscore therapy and please also support our page on patriot as well. So not that we are inching closer to show me the money season ten and while we wait for the final team in terms of the producers. What are you. What are your initial thoughts of the preview producers. So far it's kind of a mixed bag. My.

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"What's up guys. We'll come back to another episode of soul therapy the podcast. My name is daniel daytona. Today we are going to preview and talk about the upcoming tenth season of. Show me the money as usual if you enjoy. Today's episode. police subscribe to our podcast on all streaming platforms and don't forget to give that five star rating also for more contents. Please go and follow our socials at seoul underscore therapy and also please apart our page.

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"I'm. I really hate to sound like the old guy. In the rule year this made kind of doubt. The teenagers man needs some sense of artistic director table. Just because you get on a gp doesn't mean that you're automatically went to talk to charts reason a g. People are so successful artistically commercials because there. And i i they are good wrappers in the first place. Yo just because you gotta shy some shiny piano keys on a song and some gentle guitar doesn't automatically propel you to the top of the charts I don't blame the producers here. They gave like what they think was going to work because it has worked for themselves and they did the best of what they have. You can't suddenly make the contestants rapid right sure that's true you can't force legs can't force artistic maturity you can't force be unique bitch like can't say that right the show. Yeah exactly that sense. It was just like from the start like from episode one kind of the same today. Actually i liked to wiring for into oil. He was good too. I didn't have high hopes. Warren moon as the show progressed. He was the one of the few people that actually made some hard hitting hop laid. Sounds like stuff that was fire. I mean the like episode one. I'm sure it's going to like rub a lot of the warm fans Like he did the c walk Wink especially i mean. That's a hold of the discussion but I think some foreign fancy take issue with that guy wouldn't be surprised by that ending. morning doing but it's true that he was very able wherever the show like was killing..

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"So definitely go check it out. Yeah for sure for sure will definitely check that out for me i. I went a different route. So i chose a song called over. Think by ship. Drum and a feature sam kim and this song is off of syndromes. Foaling album called. Who i am which dropped this year and i know. Our podcast focuses a lot on k. Hip hop but for me lately. I chose this song because it has an art. It's an r&b vibe to it but also at the same time. I really liked sam. Kim's vocals on the track it's very calm melodic and the title itself over think really resonates with Especially with the pandemic that's going on and people are staying home in in. I really think our mental health is beginning to become affected by it and for me especially dealing with anxiety and mental health and depression. Listening to the song is really uplifting and very encouraging to hear so. And i know for a fact syndrome is an upcoming producer also. Great drummer so. I would definitely recommend the song to everybody. Syndrome is definitely a producer to look out for agreed agreed. Well that's all the time we have for today. Please do comment and let us know what you think of this whole battle. Do you think the style of fast rap is outdated and once again. I just wanna say thank you so much for the continuous support and as always please go and subscribe to our podcast for more amazing contents. Please visit and follow our social media pages at seoul underscore therapy again that seoul s. c. o. u. l. underscore therapy. Thank you.

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"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"So definitely go check it out. Yeah for sure for sure will definitely check that out for me i. I went a different route. So i chose a song called over. Think by xinjiang. And a feature. Sam kim and this song is off of syndromes. Foaling album called who. I am which dropped this year. And i know our podcast. Focus a lot on k. Hip hop but for me lately. I chose this song because it has an art. It's an rn. Be vibe to it but also at the same time. I really liked sam. Kim's vocals on this track it's very calm melodic and the title itself over think really resonates with me a lot especially with the pandemic that's going on and people are staying home in in. I really think our mental health is beginning to become affected by it and for me especially dealing with anxiety and mental health and depression. Listening to the song is really uplifting and very encouraging to hear so. And i know for a fact syndrome is an upcoming producer and also great drummer so i would definitely recommend the song to everybody. Yeah syndrome is definitely a producer to look out for agreed agreed. Well that's all the time we have for today. Please do comment and let us know what you think of this whole this battle. Do you think the style of fast rap is outdated and once again. I just wanna say thank you. So much for the continuous support as always please go. And subscribe to our podcast. And for more amazing contents. Please visit and follow our social media pages at seoul underscore therapy again that seoul. Seo url underscore therapy. Thank you and see guys next time piece..

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